Fall Wardrobe Essentials Everyone Needs

With the fall season kicking off, these are some stylish pieces you need in your closet

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Jordan Hom wears boots the wrong way. Photo credit: Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

Boots

Let’s start off simple with some boots. But we’re not talking about just any boots; we’re talking about cowboy boots. While everyone else wears boring brown bunches of leather on their feet, you will be swagged out with high-class footwear built for the rodeo. These boots come with impressive details like premium leather, beautiful engravings, and even flashy spurs. A pair of cowboy boots gives you the confidence to tackle any task like how a cowboy would. After all, these boots were made for walking.

Hats

With the fall season comes cooler weather. Keeping warm is a must, especially for the windy days. Hats are the perfect way to keep your head nice and toasty while also adding some style. A nice hat can be expensive, so the best solution is to make your own. Go out, look for some roadkill, break out the sewing kit, and get to work. Though you’ll need to brush up on your arts and crafts skills, the end result is definitely worth it. Whether it be a baseball cap made from squirrel leather or a Davy Crockett coonskin hat, a good piece of headwear can go a long way.

Leaves

Nothing says “fall” like some dead leaves placed all over your body. The brown, yellow, and orange tones make for a colorful and coordinated look. Whether you use tape, glue or some other method, attaching leaves to your body is an easy way to make a statement. And if you have the extra money to spend, invest in a ghillie suit. Used by top military snipers, this camouflage suit takes the fall look to the next level by looking exactly like foliage. Suits come in many styles to match whatever vegetation your heart desires. The only downside is that no one will be able to see you. But hey, at least you’ll be the most stylish walking pile of leaves on the block.

Mud

Fall wardrobes usually include darker and earth tone colors. Greens and browns are the most predominant tones for the season. So why bother buying clothes that look like dirt when you can become the dirt? Using the simple concoction of water and soil, anyone can achieve the earthy look in a matter of seconds. Roll around in the mud for a good couple of minutes to cover as much surface as you can. Maximize your fashionableness by dunking your head in as well.

Orange Paint

One of the most popular U.S. holidays is Halloween. People wait all year just for the “spooky season” to begin. Halloween has two colors that are usually associated with it: black and orange. To show your excitement for the holiday, use orange paint to paint yourself from head to toe. Orange is a striking and bold color to wear, making it a perfect way to stand out. And to top it all off, wear all orange clothing to essentially become a walking pumpkin. Carry around a pumpkin spice latte as an accessory. But do not, and I repeat, do NOT do the same with black paint. Seriously, don’t.

Ghost Costume

Wait no. Don’t do that. That’s worse than the black paint. Please don’t.